Log in security issues??

guysie1

Active Member
I am having problems loggint into sites i am a member of, once i log in and click on my account tab it prompts me for my password again, but i know it is my password.
They state that it could be a security issue with my pc i have restored my security level to default (medium) i do the normal things once i have finished my session delete cookies any ideas would be much appreciated thanks.
Update unable to also log into one of the big supermarket websites to shop just keeps taking me back to the log in screen.
 

guysie1

Active Member
What operating system ans what browser?

op is windows xp IE6 and ip aol9 no its not caps lock checked that although i manage to sin on here i do get this message

warning invalid argument supplied for each () in/includes/ functions log in. php (184) () code on line 102.

Would this log in problem be cured if i were to download either firefox or IE7
thanks for your help its much appreciated
 

IAmATeaf

Active Member
Have you run a spyware or malware scan, what about running hijackthis, run it and post the log file here.
 

Synchro

Distinguished Member
It sounds like the PHP login script is broken. I suggest you contact the site admin via email to report it, although he/she should know already.
 

guysie1

Active Member
It sounds like the PHP login script is broken. I suggest you contact the site admin via email to report it, although he/she should know already.

That was on here the script problem was shown at top, would you know regarding my other question would downloading Firefox or IE7 be the way to cure the log in problems.

Thanks
 

Synchro

Distinguished Member
ah, i sometimes get that script problem on here but i am still able to log in. you must be logged in ok now though?
 

guysie1

Active Member
ah, i sometimes get that script problem on here but i am still able to log in. you must be logged in ok now though?

logged in here with no problems just have a few log in problems with a few sites as previously mentioned, do you think if i were to download IE7 or Firefox this will cure the problem.

If not how about a complete reboot from the recovery disc?
 

Synchro

Distinguished Member
Good, much better browser imo. Check out the tabbed browsing ;)
 

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